As we all already know, Samsung Electronics is going to launch its next flagship smartphone on March 14. Users can’t wait to see all its features in action and check if it’s worth their attention. The citizens of Europe and Azia are the first lucky ones to meet this new device, but other regions will have to wait till summer. Moreover, users will see different accessories for Samsung Galaxy S4 in April, such as an extra battery and a wireless charging device.

Today rumors have its that Samsung Galaxy S4 won’t have the Exynos 5 Octa chipset as it had been announced before. It looks like this processor appeared to be too much for such a smartphone, and it will not be able to deal with that. But what will we have as an alternative then?

Exynos 5 Octa could make Samsung Galaxy S4 a real beast of course, but developers decided to give this smartphone Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor with Adreno 320 graphic system. And though this information is not official at the moment, all users who really hoped to get a cool and strong flagship from Samsung Electronics feel themselves confused, and it’s not difficult to understand them actually.

Though, even if these rumors appear to be true, Samsung fans have enough reasons to be proud of their new smartphone: Super AMOLED 5-inch touchscreen display, 13 MP camera, 2G RAM and Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean) will make Samsung Galaxy S4 cool enough to beat all previous Galaxy versions, and it can be deservedly called a flagship by all means.

It’s also not a secret already that Samsung Galaxy S4 won’t make its Home button disappear. A removable battery and a plastic back cover will be present too.

So, to make a long story short, Samsung Galaxy S4 is worth your attention of course. Even if you didn’t plan to become the owner of this device, it won’t be waste to check and know all its features, strong and weak sides, and advantages for its usage. The chipset of this Samsung flagship won’t disappoint its users anyway.

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